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Make a donation

If you would like to support us, you can make a donation online, by bank transfer or by cheque.

How do I donate?

1. Donate online

LNWUH Charity website

lnwhcharity.org.uk/Donate

Under ‘Where would you like your donation to go?’, select ‘A particular ward or department’. In the text box below write ‘Meadow House Hospice’.

Remember to select Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer. Read more about Gift Aid below.

Screenshot of LNWH Charity donation page

JustGiving

justgiving.com/meadowhouse

Set up your own sponsorship or donation page by selecting the 'Fundraise for us' button at the top of the page.

Or make a one-off or monthly donation by selecting the 'Donate' button at the top of the page.

Remember to select Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer.  Read more about Gift Aid below.

 

Screenshot of the JustGiving donation page

2. Direct payments into the bank

All donations have to be paid into the account held by the NHS body responsible for our Charitable Trust Fund. You may make a single donation or set up a standing order with your bank to make regular payments.

Our account details are: 
Bank: Lloyds Bank 
Sort Code: 30-93-92 
Account No: 02771103 
Account name: LNWH Charitable Fund

Please use the reference E00013 followed by your surname. If you make a single deposit or set up a standing order, let us know by emailing us at  lnwh-tr.meadowhouse@nhs.net.

3. Donate by cheque

Cheques should be made payable to 'Meadow House Hospice' and sent to: 
Donations 
Meadow House Hospice
Uxbridge Road 
Southall 
UB1 3HW

You may include, with your donation, a statement that says “I wish my donation to be treated as Gift Aid”. You must provide your full name and home address.  Read more about Gift Aid below.

We acknowledge all donations if an address is provided.

What is Gift Aid?

You can increase your gift at no extra cost through a UK Government sponsored scheme known as Gift Aid. Under the Inland Revenue's Gift Aid scheme, charities may reclaim the tax already paid by UK taxpayers on the income used to make donations. 

Sponsorship forms and Gift Aid

We can claim Gift Aid if your sponsorship form shows the following:

  • individual amounts

  • individual donors’ names

  • their home address 

  • a box that they tick to show that they are a UK taxpayer

Use our sponsorship template form to make sure you get all the right details.